It's Not Funny

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 91 pages

In Chuck Blake Stiles' memoir It's Not Funny, a university student activist gets divorced and spends six years on the road writing and performing songs. Back home, the police assault his house on drugs-related charges. Sentenced to prison for 4-8 years, Stiles studies the "set-free" ministry. After parole he opens a barbeque bar and plays music nightly.

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What's amazing about this book is that a man with drug and mental problems seems to have total recall. He gives you every detail, the number of times he "tripped", who got him the drugs, who he partied with, who he "jammed" with during rock events. You'd think a blur would have settled over it all, but, no. Stiles remembers.
-Erie Daily Times

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